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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 125. Planning, Housing and Zoning § 125.1581

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Sec. 11.  A lessee of a business incubation center shall do all of the following:

(a) Pay rent, which amount shall be determined by the board.  The board may agree to have the rent for a predetermined number of months payable at a later date by which time the business is expected to have received committed starting capital.

(b) Pay utilities as determined by the board.

(c) Make every effort to relocate to a permanent location not later than 18 months after entering a business incubation center.  A business may request extensions of this requirement for periods of not more than 12 months.  The board may grant extensions of up to 12 months at a time upon a determination that a business still requires the services of the center.  This subdivision does not apply to support services.  As used in this subdivision, “support services” means those services provided to all lessees of the center to assist them in the operation of their business.  Support services includes, but is not limited to, bookkeeping, secretarial services, duplicating, and delivery.

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